The Florida Police Chief was an award-winning magazine published monthly by the Florida Police Chiefs Association. Established in 1961, The Florida Police Chief, now a quarterly NewsLetter, keeps members abreast of current Association news. It also informs and educates readers about police and crime issues and trends, innovative management, liabilities, and the latest in police products, services and equipment. Updates on the latest legislative issues are also included. The Florida Police Chief's feature articles are first-rate stories written by top law enforcement officials in Florida.
With an average quarterly publication circulation of 1,000, The Florida Police Chief is distributed to administrators and purchasing agents from nearly all of Florida's municipal, county, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
The Florida Magazine Association (FMA), which promotes professionalism and quality in Florida's publishing industry, recognized The Florida Police Chief in 1991 and 1992 for superior achievement. The Florida Police Chief received a Charlie Award from the FMA for Best Illustration in Association Journals in 1991. Then in 1992, in competition with other association, institutional and foundation publications, the FMA again recognized The Florida Police Chief with a Bronze Award of Excellence for the Best In-Depth reporting. The "Charlie Award" for Best Feature in an Association Journal was for an article entitled, "That Looming Reporter/Coping With A Cantankerous Press," and was written by Chief Melvin Tucker of the Tallahassee Police Department and media consultant Bill Fuller.
The Florida Police Chief is continually striving for excellence in writing and design to provide its readers with the highest quality NewsLetter. Get the most out of your advertising dollar - call our advertising staff today at 1-850-219-3631.